A mixed race high school student struggles to care for her depressed alcoholic father after the untimely death of her mother. Her world is turned upside down when family friends confront and assault her for dating a girl.
When her father is put into jail, the spoiled teenager Dani loses everything. Forced to live with her uncle Sam on a farm without horses to ride and to train a sad Dani takes care of a young mule and learns what really counts.
Officer Daniel Harding is a distinguished member of the K-9 police unit. His partner and best friend is Ace, a police dog. When Ace is accused of mauling a suspect, an overzealous DA ... See full summary »
I liked the characters and acting. The movie caused me to reflect on my own beliefs. I liked putting my own interpretation on the events of the movie. It didn't take long to see that the setting was in Utah. i grew up there and love the scenery and the culture of the area. I related to the grandmother the most. The family values and feelings of closeness and caring in the family were inspiring to me. I could see the reflection of many biblical teachings in the script of the movie. Some themes that stood out most were: "what greater love can be shown than when one gives up their own life for a friend." "Unconditional love overcomes many problems." Forgiveness and repentance are basic principles of Christ like living. "Faith precedes the Miracle."
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